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- 40-ounce glass jar holds 5 cups of mixed drinks, soup, or sauce
- Powerful 390-watt motor crushes ice fast
- High and low speeds cover mixing, chopping, and pureeing
- Dishwasher-safe glass jar and lid for easy cleaning
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
Blend Like a Pro
The Waring Pro Food and Beverage Blender provides effortless blending, pureeing and liquefying capabilities. The high-performance, commercially rated motor is powerful enough to crush ice like the pros, right on your kitchen counter.
Waring Pro Food and Beverage Blender:
- Classic waterfall base
- Commercially rated heavy-duty motor
- 550 peak watts
- Large 40-oz. cloverleaf carafe with English and metric graduations
- Simple 2-speed operation
Dimensions:Measures 7 in x 8 in x 15 in.
A Closer Look:
The stainless steel base houses a commercially rated motor that crushes ice fast. The 40-ounce glass jar holds five cups of drinks, soup or sauce.
Take Care: The self-cleaning blade assembly makes clean-up easy.
Bandleader and inventor Fred Waring introduced the first blender in 1936; more than 60 years later the Waring blender remains the standard for the field. Tall and old-fashioned looking with a plated metallic finish on its base, this blender will crush ice in a few seconds. This blender feels sturdy: the lid, with a cap that doubles as a 1-ounce measurer, fits securely, and the pitcher, made of thick, ridged glass, won’t wobble. Many chefs prefer a blender rather than a food processor for soups and creamy sauces–the blades of a good blender whirl more quickly than those of a food processor and will refine a thin liquid such as cream of tomato soup to an incomparably silky texture. This blender is definitely up to that task. The fixed, self-cleaning stainless-steel blades on the base of the pitcher mean the lid is the only separate part to wash. –Maria Dolan
Please put liquid in first and ice last